Re: [galaxy-user] Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server

2012-10-19 Thread Nate Coraor
On Oct 18, 2012, at 1:43 AM, Todd Oakley wrote: Yes, daemon/stop-daemon is the best way. However, to stop a process that was not started with --daemon, this is what I do: ps aux | grep galaxy Identify the process numbers for 3 Galaxy processes, which will change every time Galaxy is

Re: [galaxy-user] Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server

2012-10-19 Thread Todd Oakley
I have had it happen occasionally, but didn't pay attention to the details. Perhaps I forget to put --reload sometimes. Also, it seems that sometimes the Galaxy processes do not all stop with --stop-daemon. I wrote the text below as a recipe for people in my lab to restart in those

Re: [galaxy-user] Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server

2012-10-18 Thread Todd Oakley
Yes, daemon/stop-daemon is the best way. However, to stop a process that was not started with --daemon, this is what I do: ps aux | grep galaxy Identify the process numbers for 3 Galaxy processes, which will change every time Galaxy is restarted. For example this line: galaxy 11638 0.0

[galaxy-user] Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server

2012-10-17 Thread Sachit Adhikari
Hello Everyone. Ctrl+C or Ctrl+D doesn't stop the Galaxy server. In local machine, I need to close the terminal and restart the terminal again. However, in server I integrated several tools, now I need to restart the server to test it. I used ./run.sh --reload doesn't restart the server and I

Re: [galaxy-user] Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server

2012-10-17 Thread Enis Afgan
With a certain version of Python there's been an issue stopping Galaxy using ctrl+C. You can use 'sh run.sh --daemon' to have the process run in the background and then 'sh run.sh --stop-damemon' to stop it. Hope this helps, Enis On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 4:12 PM, Sachit Adhikari

Re: [galaxy-user] Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server

2012-10-17 Thread Sachit Adhikari
Thanks. Helped me! On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 11:02 AM, Enis Afgan eaf...@emory.edu wrote: With a certain version of Python there's been an issue stopping Galaxy using ctrl+C. You can use 'sh run.sh --daemon' to have the process run in the background and then 'sh run.sh --stop-damemon' to stop